HSTM Conference Registration Open

Registration is now open for the HSTM Network Ireland annual conference to be held at Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland on 11 and 12 November. The programme is diverse and international and includes two key note addresses.  Peter Bowler (Queen’s University, Belfast) will speak on ‘Prophets of progress? Predicting the future of science and … More HSTM Conference Registration Open

HSTM Conference 2016 Programme

HSTM ANNUAL CONFERENCE  DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY   11&12 NOVEMBER 2016 Download your copy here FRIDAY 9-10am: registration 10am-11am: Session 1 Session 1A: Soviet science Konstantin Kiprijanov, ‘Chaos and beauty in a beaker.  The early history of the Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction’ Elena Sinelnikova, ‘Scientific societies vs. research institutes in the first decade of Soviet power’ Session 1B: … More HSTM Conference 2016 Programme

Wellcome Seed awards in humanities and social science

  Seed Awards help researchers develop compelling and innovative ideas that may go on to form part of larger grant applications. Level of funding: £25,000 to £50,000 Duration of funding: 6 to 12 months Eligibility You can apply for a Seed Award as an individual or as part of a group. You must have a PhD … More Wellcome Seed awards in humanities and social science

RCPI Kirkpatrick Award for history of medicine

RCPI Kirkpatrick Award for history of medicine research The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland are delighted to launch the sixth annual Kirkpatrick Award for history of medicine research. The award will be made as part of the Heritage Centre Lectures at the annual St Luke’s Symposium on Thursday 20 October 2016. The Kirkpatrick Award … More RCPI Kirkpatrick Award for history of medicine